Thanks for the Great hospital care

EMS Ambulance, Nanaimo Emergency and the Fern Tree Clinic should all be commended

Early one recent morning, I got suddenly ill and passed out. My husband phoned the ambulance, which arrived quickly at my home, checked me out and then drove me to the Nanaimo Hospital for further tests.

By God’s grace everything was OK and they said this was caused due to severe reaction to change in my medication.

I want to sincerely thank Vanessa and her colleague at EMS-Ambulance, Dr. Prop and his staff at Nanaimo Emergency Hospital for their patience, gentleness and care afforded to me during this stressful time for me and my husband. I also want to thank Dr. Martin and his staff at Fern Tree Clinic in Qualicum Beach for their continued help.

Keep up the good work!

Joanita Fernandes

 

Qualicum Beach

 

 

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